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Sep 4, 2012 11:24:00 AM

Air Duct Cleaning

Learn How to Clean Your Own Air Ducts


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Air conditioning and heating units are designed to work efficiently within a sealed off building in order to save energy while providing comfort to the people who live and work in a building. However, over time pollutants can build up within air ducts that can include household chemicals, dust mites and mold. These pollutants can significantly decrease indoor air quality which can lead to increased problems with asthma, allergies and other types of illnesses. For this reason, it is recommended to have your ducts cleaned regularly in order to eliminate the accumulated pollutants. While it is always best to have air conditioning ducts professionally cleaned, it is possible to do it yourself in a pinch by following a few simple steps.

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